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About the Author: Hala Alyan

Hala Alyan is an award winning Palestinian American poet, novelist and clinical psychologist whose work has appeared in numerous journals including The Missouri Review, Prairie Schooner and Colorado Review She resides in Brooklyn with her husband.



10 thoughts on “Salt Houses

  1. says:

    We can t imagine how dreadful, how terrifying war is and how normal it becomes Can t understand, can t imagine That s what every soldier, and every journalist and aid worker and independent observer who has put in time under fire, and had the luck to elude the death that struck down others nearby, stubbornly feels And they are right Susan Sontag


  2. says:

    I wasn t sure what a salt house was before reading this so I googled the crap out of it and there was still no definitive definition A house by the sea was the closest I got but that s all you need to know for this one.This is a multigenerational story of a family in the Middle East It s where traditions are weaved intricately into the daily lives of thi


  3. says:

    4.5 starsA displaced family, a multigenerational story of their lives over decades in the various places they move to from Jaffa to Kuwait to Amman to Paris and Boston A Palestinian family, the Yacoubs, a family of means is not unscathed by the wars and the politics of the places in which they live because they live comfortably It affords them the ability to leav


  4. says:

    Salt Houses by Hala Alyan is a 2017 Houghton Mifflin Harcourt publication Powerful, eye opening cultural family saga This deeply absorbing novel follows a Palestinian family through several generations as they endure war, loss, and displacement.As the story begins, Salma follows an old tradition of reading the coffee dregs for her daughter, Alia, before her wedding What s


  5. says:

    4.5 I have thought about this book on and off for the last day or so a buddy read with Angela and Esil Such a wonderful family, displaced people, living in countries not of their birth Displaced by war, in Iraq, Kuwait, Palestine, Arabs who try to find a home We follow this family through generations, chapters dev...


  6. says:

    There s something about Salt Houses that worked perfectly for me It s a multi generational story about a family originally from Palestine, displaced and scattered, but that remains strongly united over the years The story is told from the alternating points of view of a few family members across three generations, starting in 1967 up to today Each lengthy chapter picks up a few years after


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    4.5This is a beautiful story about a Palestinian family uprooted from their home in Nablus in 1967 in the wake of the Six Day War.The story begins with a mother named Salma reading her daughter Alia s future in a cup of coffee dregs on the eve of her wedding, and follows this family through their displacement to Kuwait In 1990 they lose everything again and scatter to Beirut, Paris, and the United


  8. says:

    4.5 Stars.A wonderful Palestinian family saga evolves decade by decade taking the reader from one side of the world to the other, from one culture to another beginning with the happiness of young love and marriage in a land most loved through sadness and loss and the devastation of war with recurring displacement.Most memorable for me, though, won t be the difficult times, but the beautiful descriptive scen


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    We are what we produced in the land that was ourswe are what s left of us in exilewe are the plants of a broken vasewe are what we are, but who are we Mahmoud Darwish, Palestinian poet This story is as beautiful as the cover that contains it I was spellbound by Alyan s storytelling, moved by her use of language and engrossed by this family s history We follow four generations of a Palestinian family and see real wor


  10. says:

    I loved this novel It takes a Palestinian family and follows different members throughout periods of conflict, chaos, and opportunity It starts in the early 1960s and follows through the present day It asks questions about home, family, belonging, and identity Despite events often being dictated by war and early characters being forced into becoming refugees, the focus is muchdomestic The characters are worried about their r


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